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The Upper East Side can add one more ritzy restaurant to its roster. This French eatery inside the five-star Lowell Hotel is named after early-20th-century painter Jacques Majorelle and comes courtesy of longtime La Grenouille maître d’ Charles Masson. With that kind of pedigree, the spot is appropriately elegant. Masson oversees lush touches like an all-season garden, water fountains and a working fireplace. Francophiles can lap up dishes from former La Grenouille sous chef Mario Fortuna, including foie gras with warm apple delice and thyme-roasted chicken with potato mousseline. And what could be more classically French than an oven used solely for soufflés?
The Lowell Hotel
28 E 63rd St
|Cross street:||between Madison and Park Aves|
|Price:||Average main course: $38|
|Opening hours:||Daily 6–10:30pm|
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